Published on : Nov 25, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Nov 25, 2016: analyze the future growth prospects of both commercial as well as dedicated LTE (long term evolution) networks in the field of critical communications. The over 1,200-page report package is titled “ LTE for Critical Communications: 2016 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts.” It encompasses the following three studies:
These reports provide a thorough analysis of the present state of use of LTE for the purpose of critical communication and serve to explore the overall future growth potential of commercial LTE services in the global market. The report package includes a detailed assessment of the architectural components, technologies, and operations concerned with LTE technologies. Along with this, a detailed overview of factors such as key trends, drivers, restraints, vertical growth opportunities, key applications, regulatory scenario, deployment case studies, and standardization as observed in the field of LTE in the global market.
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Detailed business strategies, profiles, value chain, and future roadmap of some of the key vendors in the market are also provided in the report package, along with forecast regarding infrastructure investment in the field over the period between 2016 and 2030.
The reports state that for several years, narrowband land mobile radio (LMR) has been extensively used for voice and data services across the critical communications industry for several years. However, the bandwidth limitations related to these networks and the rising consumer demand for mobile broadband services have compelled public safety agencies and other users of critical communications to make the move to advanced cellular network technologies.
The thriving ecosystem, high performance metrics and spectrum flexibility of LTE has made it one of the most favored candidates for critical communication. The recent approval of the Mission Critical Push to Talk (MCPTT) voice functionality by 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) in the Release 13, LTE is now being seen as an attractive alternative for land mobile radio-like voice services as well. This has encouraged many vendors in the market to deploy either private LTE networks or collaborate with commercial LTE operators to complement their existing land mobile radio infrastructure with LTE capabilities.
Owing to early investments in regions such as Asia Pacific and Middle East, the critical communications LTE market is worth more than $600 mn in annual infrastructure expenditure in these regions. By 2020, the market is expected to surpass $2 bn owing to high demand across energy public safety, and other sectors. This spending will include expenses incurred for setting up base stations, transport networking gear, and mobile core.
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